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An American in Milano

After getting canned by the Jets following more than a decade as a scout, Joe Bommarito found a job coaching football in Italy. Here’s the story of imaginary fishing lines, halftime smoke breaks and the passion of playing for, well, pizza

‘Shut Up and Play?’ Nah...

NFL players who share political views or weigh in on current events are often told to pipe down. Here's why we'll continue to give them a platform to preach. Plus, answering reader email about Tom Brady, Russell Wilson and The MMQB 100

‘When He’s Out There Playing, That’s His Mama’

Diana Askew's son has returned to New York. Darrelle Revis' mother shares the stories of how she taught him to fight for himself, when his perspective on life changed and about the time she beat the All-Pro defensive back in a foot race

The First Round’s Biggest Surprises

From the Eagles staying put to the Rams rolling the dice on Todd Gurley, The MMQB’s Peter King and Jenny Vrentas look at the biggest surprises of the NFL draft’s first round

Ten Things I Think I’m Hearing About the Draft

Less than 48 hours before the start of round one, the NFL is abuzz with rumors. Here’s the latest on La’el Collins’ police problem, the Top 10 team that’s air-tight and what the Patriots might do at No. 32. Plus, readers respond to my mock draft

Who Will Play in the 2015 Season Opener?

We know the New England Patriots will open up the 2015 NFL season in Foxboro. But who will their opponent be? The Eagles and Steelers are possibilities, but don't count out a couple of AFC East rivals

The Rex Effect

After a turbulent final act with the Jets, Rex Ryan is starting fresh in Buffalo, infusing the franchise with qualities that have been in short supply since the Bills’ Super Bowl heydey: personality, excitement and optimism. Brash? He’s OK with that, too

The Biggest Gamble in the NFL’s Wildest Offseason Week

Chip Kelly’s bold trade for Sam Bradford has fired up both the rehabbing quarterback and an ex-coach who wasn’t afraid to shake things up either. Plus 20 thoughts on the NFL’s zany week of signings, trades, transactions and more

The Patriots Have a Plan

Breaking the bank for players—especially non-QBs over 30—has never been New England's style. So, sure, Darrelle Revis will be missed, but expect Bill Belichick and company to adjust and move forward like they always do

On Trades, Retirement and the Winston-Goodell Chat

Jimmy Graham’s a Seahawk, Sam Bradford’s an Eagle, and NFL fans are dizzy. The opening of the 2015 league year brought a frenzy of headlines—including likely No. 1 pick Jameis Winston’s surprise meeting with the NFL commissioner

NFL Free Agency: The Free-For-All Has Begun

The dominoes have started to fall, so what does Ndamukong Suh to Miami and Devin McCourty back to New England mean for Darrelle Revis? Why it might be imperative for the Jets to bring back the top corner, plus many more FA thoughts

The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit - AFC East Offseason

Andy breaks down the offseason for each AFC East team, including what New England should do with Darrelle Revis, how Rex Ryan will translate to Buffalo and Miami's cap struggles

Draft Projections: AFC East

Throughout draft season, our NFL film-study maven Andy Benoit and college football know-it-all Andy Staples will break down the needs of all 32 teams and suggest which prospects would be the best fit. We start in the division that the Lombardi Trophy calls home...

Early Super Bowl 49 Twitter Mailbag

How will the Seahawks defend Gronkowski? Will Richard Sherman's injury be a major factor? And how much trouble are the Jets in for owner Woody Johnson "tampering" with Darrelle Revis? That and more as Peter King answers your Twitter questions

Why Rex Ryan Makes Sense in Buffalo

A refreshing face for the franchise, Ryan cements the Bills’ defensive strength while joining forces with Greg Roman, a brilliant offensive coordinator. The last time he had a young-but-flawed quarterback and a defense this good, he went to back-to-back AFC Championship Games

Game-Planning the Patriots: An Insider’s View

Not many teams have been able to bottle up Tom Brady and company, but the Jets have had more success than most. Gang Green defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman offers some tactics for slowing, if not stopping, the Pats

‘A Sickness To Be the Best’

Darrelle Revis opens up on joining forces with Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, what he appreciated most about Rex Ryan, why all players should maximize their value, and playing bump-and-run with the NFL’s best receivers

The Final Over/Under

A college stats professor charts NFL wins, comparing all 32 teams to Vegas and statheads predictions going into the 2014 season